Amarr Heirs

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Aritcio Kor-Azor
The Amarr Heirs are the heads of the five royal families, the highest caste of the Holders apart from the Emperor Family itself. Even if the Emperor is the head of state his power outside his immediate vicinity is limited. The entrenched bureaucracy and the semi-feudal governing system means that all over the empire there are local lords that enjoy almost complete autonomy most of time. The Heirs are the most powerful of these lords. Each heir family has vast domains spanning dozens of solar systems. The power of the heirs can best be seen in the way each of them shapes their domain to fit his own wishes. The result is that the Amarr Empire is a patchwork of rules and regulations, customs and traditions.

The power of the heir families originates in the changes made during the Moral Reforms some 1500 years ago, when the influence of the Apostles was curbed. The Privy Council, the unofficial government of the empire, also dates from this time and all the heirs sit on it. Four of the current heir families are the original families given royal status during the Moral Reform. The fifth is a recent addition after the Khanid Family was exiled. The five families are: the Ardishapur Family, the Kador Family, the Sarum Family, the Kor-Azor Family and the Tash-Murkon Family.[1]


The Current Heirs


Current Structure Layout

The following shows the heirs and their "sphere of influence", current as of the ascension of Empress Jamyl I in YC 110.

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a seat in
Privy Council:
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Royal Heirs

Ardishapurites
Heir

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Yonis
Ardishapur



└► is head of:
Kadorites
Heir

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Uriam
Kador



└► is head of:
Kor-Azorites
Heir

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Aritcio
Kor-Azor



└► is head of:
Sarumites
Heir

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Merimeth
Sarum



└► is head of:
Tash-Murkonites
Heir

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Catiz
Tash-Murkon



└► is head of:


Ardishapur
Family


Domain:
"lower" Domain
Kador
Family


Domain:
Kador
Kor-Azor
Family


Domain:
Kor-Azor
Sarum
Family


Domain:
"upper" Domain
Tash-Murkon
Family


Domain:
Tash-Murkon


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